• JULY 28-31, 2022

    NEW YORK CITY


You Might Not Be Funny, but You Can Still Write Humor

Humor is an essential writing tool. Yet, many writers avoid using humor because of the self-assigned label, “I’m not funny.” Though the assessment might be accurate, the assumption is wrong. Being funny is the requisite for performing comedy, while creativity is the key to humor writing. Thinking and writing funny is a skill that all writers can learn to enhance their writing. During this interactive session, attendees will practice brainstorming techniques, identify ways to maximize and target their funny, and learn how to integrate humor into their writing.

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